In honor of Black History Month, the African American Student Alliance hosted Black Out Week, an annual tradition at the University of La Verne.
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The first lecture of the Colloquium Series on Diversity began last week with Gitty Amini’s lecture surrounding the theme of white guilt.
President Barack Obama visited Pomona on Thursday, stopping at a local electric-vehicle testing center.
Asha Baba, an African storyteller, entertained his audience with stories, music and jokes on Feb. 19 in Founders Auditorium.
As students prepare for finals and the semester comes to an end, the seniors at the University of La Verne are looking toward their futures while reflecting on their past experiences.
Students were able to see the softer side of President Stephen Morgan Nov. 1 as he answered a series of personal questions during a Stu-Han event.
Hip hop has become a multi-million dollar industry since its beginnings in New York streets in the late 1970s.
Among the several activities the Housing and Residential Life hosted as a part of diversity programming and Pride Week, “Faith – Somewhere Over the Rainbow?” created an open forum for interested parties wanting to know how faith plays into the lives of the homosexual community.
You don’t have to be a basketball player to shoot hoops at the University of La Verne.
On Sept. 11, two prize fighters laced up their gloves to rumble in the event of the year.